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College Closes Doors To Press For “Consensus”

College Closes Doors To Press For “Consensus”

March 10, 2016

As the student newspaper for the Fort Steilacoom campus, our duty is to bring you information about ...

Free Education is Needed to Thrive

Free Education is Needed to Thrive

February 24, 2016

An educated society will be able to bring great advancements. Having free college up to your associates...

Networking Opens New Doors

Networking Opens New Doors

February 24, 2016

Many students who pass through the halls will rarely communicate with other people on camp Their obj...

Consider Concealed Weapons Carry on Campuses

Consider Concealed Weapons Carry on Campuses

February 24, 2016

As the world that we live in gets more and more dangerous, it becomes more important for college student...

Teaching styles across Pierce Campuses

Teaching styles across Pierce Campuses

February 10, 2016

Special events and guests are a norm on American college campuses.  It harbors a sense of commun...

Making New Year’s Resolutions Stick

Making New Year’s Resolutions Stick

January 26, 2016

It is officially 2016 and the game of New Year’s Resolutions has already begun.  The idea of indulging ...

Helping Veterans in transition

Helping Veterans in transition

January 26, 2016

During this time that the US government has decided to downsize the military, many veterans are transitioning...

Paris under terrorist attack

Jessica Gonzalez, Staff Writer

November 23, 2015

Filed under Editorials

The words no one wants to hear: terrorist attack. Paris was the latest location of an act of terror on Friday with a series of coordinated bombings and the hostage takeover of the Bataclan concert hall. At least one of the bombings appeared to be a suicide bombing. It is not yet known who is responsible for the attacks. At the t...

App gives comfort

Jessica Gonzalez, Staff Writer

November 23, 2015

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Walking alone can be scary. Walking alone at night can be terrifying. There is no such thing as being too safe these days and one new app allows friends to keep you company on your commute, even if they can’t be with you. Have you ever been walking through a dark parking lot late at night?  What about a college campus well a...

PCAD allows for second chances

Caleb Hensin, Staff writer

November 23, 2015

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The implementation of PCAD at Pierce is a step in the right direction for American education. For those who didn’t have the chance to gain a full high school education, getting that later in life is incredibly challenging, especially since 2014 when Pearson View, a private company, acquired the rights to GED tests. ...

You paid for that freebie

Jessica Gonzalez, Staff Writer

October 10, 2015

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The Services and Activities fee provides funding for many of the programs on campus but a majority of students are unaware that they are even contributing to these particular programs. Each year the college provides students with services that seem to be complimentary but in fact, we’ve paid for these with a portion...

Gay leadership sparks controversy

Kate Hummel, Gavin Moore

September 17, 2015

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Gavin Moore/ Staff Writer The recent decision to allow gay men to be Boy Scout leaders is a step in the right direction. Many steps have been taken to afford everyone with true equal rights, and there are still more to come. The Human Rights Campaign President, Chad Griffin, said in his statement regarding this change,...

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